Also: Fall Fest, Gifts with Family Ties, Race and Religion
Also: Fall Fest, Gifts with Family Ties, Race and Religion
STATIC pulls out the pumpkins; ’90s grads give business students a boost; Religious Studies prof talks racism in the church; and more
Individual headshots of opera participants, with a jury drawing

Guilty of Being Funny: Trial by Jury

Catch one of three live, socially distanced performances—Friday through Sunday—of opera’s most famous courtroom comedy, presented by the IUP Music Department. Fisher Auditorium will have limited seating available for students and employees only. Watch via live stream on YouTube.
Join Religious Studies faculty member Dorcas Dennis on Monday at 5:30 p.m. via Zoom for this IUP Forum for Building Social Understanding event. Contact Peggy Kane at to participate.
Dan Simoni ’94 and Michelle Costanza Simoni ’95 recently gave $31,000 toward two scholarships for business students in honor and memory of Dan’s father and Michelle’s mother.
Celebrate the season Sunday from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. via Zoom. Register in advance to reserve a preassembled craft kit.
During this training Monday from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. via Zoom, you’ll join the campaign that encourages being an active bystander and learn about power-based violence, sexual violence prevention, toxic masculinity, and more.
From October 25 to 31, IUP’s Respiratory Care program will celebrate these first responders who are especially vital during the coronavirus pandemic.
IUP’s Food Pantry and Help Center received 1,200 items and almost $300 in gift cards through a food drive coordinated by the College of Health and Human Services Service Committee. Donations increased 13 percent over last year.
The IUP Health Service will provide free flu shots for students at Folger Hall on Monday and Thursday from noon to 2:00 p.m.
Find 16 QR codes, posted throughout the Indiana campus, get health tips, and have a chance to win a prize.
Download the Charity Miles app and run against teams from other State System schools through December 1.
Watch as Sierra DeMarsh, Health and Wellness Promotion peer educator, demonstrates how to make this dish during Fresh Food Friday on Instagram, @iupaware.
More than 80 graduate students participated in the Jones White Writing Center’s recent boot camp, led by Dana Driscoll. The center is planning a second workshop on different topics in the spring.


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